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Handles for Wooden Boxes
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Handles for Wooden Boxes

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Wonky Measuring spoons on my workbench
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Wonky Measuring Spoons

View on Instagram: View this post on Instagram A post shared by Shalini Austin (@shaliniaustin) I will write a proper post about the wonky measuring spoons on my I make copper things blog very soon.

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Copper Moon for Eve Marshall
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Copper Moon for Eve Marshall

Got some nice texture on this piece of copper commissioned by Artisan Felter Eve Marshall. Soon to be part of one of her felt masterpieces 😊 She wanted a Red Moon like we had recently to use in a new felt picture she is working on. You can follow Eve on Instagram to see her […]

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Palletwood Boxes
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Palletwood Boxes

Upcycled Palletwood Boxes from palletwoodstuff.co.uk These little palletwood boxes are just the right size for my wide fold formed cuffs and the rustic LUNAR cuffs. I think I will add them as made to order items in my online shop. (Will post a link once done.) The cuffs are already in the shop and can […]

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Making Copper Moons and measuring spoons
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Work in Progress | 5 January 2021

Bits of copper back on the workbench this week. I took some time away from copper things over Christmas and start of the new year in hope of clearing up the brain fog that has lately become a part of life. Thanks 2020 – NOT! I am not sure if the time out worked fully […]

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Best Wishes for 2021

Wishing all my fabulous customers, friends and followers a Happy New Year! ❤ Thank you so much for your support during the very difficult year we have all had. It is really appreciated. 2020 was a year like no other I have ever experienced! I am in a privileged position that I have been able […]

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